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GSS Haul #01 : Cotton On

Great Singapore Sale - GSS, it's this time of the year again! 25th May 2012 - 22nd July 2012.
I'm looking forward to it but at the same time dreading it, knowing that I will spend more during this period. The first place that I would usually visit during GSS would be Cotton On. I find that their usual price range is alittle overpriced as the materials are considered thin. You can find great buys during a sale, especially at their mega store located at Parkway Parade & Novena as theses outlets carry more products!
Total Damage: $50 (Including a top I bought for mummy)

Here are some of the items I bought few days ago!

Sabina Crochet Vest XS - $15
I wanted to get this long ago but I find it expensive, glad that I bought this last piece at Parkway Parade! The colour looks better in real life, more of off white. The workmanship for this is pretty good but I have to be careful wearing it and not get it caught somewhere!

Raven Drape Frill Tank XXS - $10
This is not something I would usually buy. I'm not a fan of polka dots, however this mint colour with white polka dots just looks so cute! This would definitely brighten up my boring wardrobe of black/white/blue clothes! The material of this is rather thin but suitable for SG's warm weather and the scoop neck cutting is abit low, so I think I would need bobra tape to prevent overexposure.

Eden Espadrille 40 - $5
My best buy of the lot! This was the last pair left and they were clearing stocks. I'm so lucky that it was in my size. The fit is alittle loose as I'm a size 39 but it can be easily solved by wearing ankle socks. Plus, I wanted to get this when they first brought it to store, it's really comfortable. The only bad thing is that it's white so it'll probably get dirty soon!

Moulded Convertible - $10
This was the last piece too and it's smaller than my usual size. I have flat chest so it doesn't really matter, have always been jealous of well-endowed ladies. Anyway, I bought this mainly because it doesn't come with underwire and have anti-slip rubber which is good for going strapless! Being flat means higher chances of bra slipping off and this prevented that from happening.

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